1. Video Killed The Radio Start Extended Play 2013: An often funny inside look at the artistry of the Oasis video classics, with commentary by the Gallaghers and director Nigel Dick. Arguably the most popular British rock band of the past twenty years, Oasis experienced a period of unrivaled creativity particularly on their record breaking album ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’ wherein they released a string of hit singles that were accompanied by a series of equally impressive music videos. The film features interviews with the Director Nigel Dick as he tells the stories behind his direction of ‘Wonderwall,’ ‘Don’t look back in Anger’ and Champagne Supernova. In addition to this director Dawn Shadforth discusses the ideas behind ‘The Importance of Being Idle.’ Featured throughout are comments from Noel Gallagher.
2. Brit Awards 2018: Liam sing “Live Forever” as a special tribute
3. Sky Arts Noel Gallagher: Out of The Now 06/10/21 Noel Gallagher celebrates 10 years of the High Flying Birds, giving an exclusive and revealing interview alongside a 12-song set filmed in part during his performance at Duke of York’s Theatre in London, Out of the Now weaves concert footage and a conversation with Gallagher, who addresses a wide array of topics ranging from his early career to the creative process behind certain songs. The musician discusses the demise of Oasis, going solo and his use of different instrumentation and vocal techniques, and the differences between writing for himself versus Oasis. He also shares how the pandemic informed his creativity as an artist, his musical influences, and reveals his only regret. The setlist includes his High Flying Birds work — including “Holy Mountain,” “It’s a Beautiful World,” “A Dream Is All I Need to Get By,” and “Black Star Dancing” — alongside his classic Oasis song “Don’t Look Back in Anger” and a cover of Bob Dylan’s “The Mighty Quinn.” He also delivers acoustic performances from his private studio, where he performs “AKA… What A Life!” and “Dead in the Water” and clips from his videos are also featured.
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